Kelley, Barbara (1966-1967): Oral history interview user's guide

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Title
Kelley, Barbara (1966-1967): Oral history interview user's guide
Collection
Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Collection
Finding Aid | Digitized Content
Digital Identifier
RPCV-092-013
Date(s) of Materials
2 May 1994
Folder Description
This folder contains a user's guide to the oral history interview of Barbara Kelley, who served as a Peace Corps volunteer in Malaysia from 1966 to 1967 on community development projects. The interview was conducted by Helen B. Howard on May 2, 1994, as part of a public history class at Northeastern University. The audio recording is also available.
Extent / Physical Description
14 digital pages
Series
051. Malaysia.
Preferred Citation
Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Collection. Malaysia. Kelley, Barbara (1966-1967): Oral history interview user's guide. RPCV-092-013. John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum
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